You can now get an on-the-day ticket for each day of the festival
Tramlines festival, which is renowned in Sheffield for not being free anymore, has made an announcement this morning which seems a little bit…sneaky.
According to the festival's Facebook page, day tickets will now be available to buy for £50, which is a total steal until you compare it to the on-the-day weekend ticket price of £60.
Since tickets went on sale, Tramlines has only made weekend tickets available, forcing people to shell out full price even if they only wanted to see a couple of bands. However, now that we’re 24 hours away from the festival, day tickets are being released at the same cost you could get a weekend ticket for last month.
Last ditch attempt to get some more ticket sales maybe? Or genuine change of heart to allow those people who can only make the festival for one day a chance to go? We’ll leave that up to you to decide.
But, if you were wanting to go to Tramlines for just one day, tickets will be available from 5pm on Thursday at City Hall Wristband Exchange.